Saturday 27th July: Ulster Youth TT and RR Championships Ballymoney Co-Antrim 10 am
This Saturday 27th July 2019 the Ulster Youth TT and RR Championships will be hosted by Ballymoney CC. The events will be run on quiet North Antrim roads and based at St Columba’s Church on the 
Bendooragh Rd, Killymaddy, Ballymoney BT53 7NJ
Sign-on is from 8 am and the TT will start at 10.00amThe Road Racing will be held in the afternoon starting at approx 2.30pm (Sign on will be from 1 pm)
U11-U12-U13-U14-U15-U16 all separate Medals Gold, Silver and Bronze for the age groups.
The TT is a 4.25-mile lung buster course
Road Races will start at 2.30pm (The Road Races may start earlier depending on the schedule progress) Riders are asked to use their Cycling Ireland back number.!
Saturday 27th July: JG Memorial Road Race in Cranford, Logues Bar, Cranford, Donegal 12 am
Sign-on from 10am until 11.30am.
All races will start at 12 noon with short gaps between races. All riders must assemble at 12 noon. Race entry is 15 euros on-line and 20 euros on the day.
Online entry will close on Friday 26th July @ 5pm.
Three Races.
A Race. 81kms
A1, A2, A3 and A3 Juniors.
The race will be handicapped.
B Race. 41kms
A4 riders and LC riders who are members of the promoting club Four Masters CC.
C Race. 41kms.
Over 50 Masters who hold an LC license or higher.
Any racers past their 60th birthday will get a short handicap.
Prize Fund.
A Race…..425 euros. Team Prize
B Race…..325 euros.
C Race…..160 euros.
There will be a prize for the 1st lady in the A Race and in the B Race.
Total prize fund is 1010 euros.
Sunday 28th July: Ulster 25 Mile TT Championship at Woodgreen Ballymena Co-Antrim 9.30 am
Ballymena Road Club presents The Ulster 25 Mile Time Trial Championships 2019
Sign on location Ballee Park and Ride, Antrim Road, Ballymena, BT42 2HD.
Course: Woodgreen A26 Sign on time 8:15 am Sign on closes 9:15 am
First rider off at 9:30am £10 entry via Race Pass
Pre-registration via Race Pass is compulsory, no entries will be accepted on the day!
Sunday 28th July: Ulster Cross Country Championship 2019 at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park Belfast 9 am
The Ulster Cross-country mountain bike championships will be held on Sunday 28 July 2019 at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park in Belfast. Hosted by Xmtb who have had years of experience of hosting XC events. This year’s course at Lady Dixon is a sharper, snappier version of an old favourite in line with the Ulster league’s popular switch to a new format of shorter laps but more of them.   Using the same start field as before the course heads into the trees on wide, sweeping trails and follows alongside the golf course before a short gravel climb leads to the Dunmurry end of the park where we use the fast sweeping bends before dropping into a new section alongside the River Lagan.
From here we start the fast charge toward the rose gardens, popping in for a fun singletrack loop before climbing back to the start arena via one last section of trail.
The host club has worked hard to come up with a course that retains the popular sections but omits the areas that become unrideable when it rains.
XMTB would like to thank Belfast City Council for their continued support in running events in their parks and we hope to see you all on race day.
The full course is approx 15 mins
More info on